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Messina Group is seeking 4 Maintenance Electricians for a client with two locations and night and day shifts available in the Chicago Heights, IL area. These are direct-hire, permanent opportunities.
Purpose:
Have a complete understanding of digital electronics, micro-computers, micro-processors, and industrial electrical circuitry and system.  Efficiently analyze and correct electrical/electronic problems in process and plant equipment. Perform other maintenance duties as directed and in a safe efficient manner.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

:

  • PC SKILLS/MS DOS: Know commands and be able to apply and use a PC when troubleshooting digital, micro-computer, and microprocessor controls.
  • Micro-computers: Be able to understand how micro-computers operate and understand and run application programs. Analyze problems and make necessary repairs. An understanding of programming is also essential so software changes can be made if necessary.
  • Programmable Logic Controls: Analyze problems, repair, and program controls.
  • AC/DC Motors: Troubleshoot and repair motors and drives.
  • Ladder Relay Logic: Read and understand schematics and be able to layout and wire.
  • Analog and digital circuitry: Analyze problems and repair both analog and digital circuitry and be able to interface the two.
  • Panel Layout: Design panels to include wiring and controls using established industry standards optimizing control and minimizing costs. Documentation of all panel layouts and designs is also necessary.
  • Electronic Controls: Able to analyze problems and repair, various electrical controllers, i.e., cycle timers, temperature controllers, pressure controllers.
  • Mechanical:
    • Use hand tools for mechanical work.
    • Have basic knowledge of machine repair so assistance to other maintenance personnel can be provided.
    • When necessary, assist mechanics in the repair of equipment, changeovers, rebuilding, and/or replacement of parts.
    • Capable of light brazing, welding, and soldering

GENERAL DUTIES:

  • Thorough knowledge of three-phase electricity, 110, 220, 440, AC and DC current. Must be able to troubleshoot, install, replace, and repair high voltage as well as control wiring.
  • Analyze, repair, or replace solid-state controls and power boards.
  • Install all types of electrical equipment, i.e., wires, motors, controls, lighting, etc.
  • Know how to use and understand the results of using voltmeters, amp meters, oscilloscopes, and/or other electrical metering devices when troubleshooting.
  • Know proper wire sizes and uses.
  • Read and write schematics and wiring diagrams for controllers and panels.
  • Have good electrical/electronic analysis abilities and be able to troubleshoot and repair problems.
  • Know and understand electrical codes.
  • Have the knowledge, skill, and ability to assist and train others in electric/electronic areas.
  • Perform all duties in a safe efficient manner in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Provide guidance when working with other maintenance personnel on electrical/electronic systems.
  • Responsible for reporting food packaging safety problems to plant management.
  • In the incumbent’s absence, these responsibilities will be transferred to another Maintenance Electrician.
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Industrial Maintenance Electrician | Direct Hire

Chicago Heights/Sauk Village, IL

Messina Group is seeking 4 Maintenance Electricians for a client with two locations and night and day shifts available in the Chicago Heights, IL area. These are direct-hire, permanent opportunities.
Purpose:
Have a complete understanding of digital electronics, micro-computers, micro-processors, and industrial electrical circuitry and system.  Efficiently analyze and correct electrical/electronic problems in process and plant equipment. Perform other maintenance duties as directed and in a safe efficient manner.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

:

  • PC SKILLS/MS DOS: Know commands and be able to apply and use a PC when troubleshooting digital, micro-computer, and microprocessor controls.
  • Micro-computers: Be able to understand how micro-computers operate and understand and run application programs. Analyze problems and make necessary repairs. An understanding of programming is also essential so software changes can be made if necessary.
  • Programmable Logic Controls: Analyze problems, repair, and program controls.
  • AC/DC Motors: Troubleshoot and repair motors and drives.
  • Ladder Relay Logic: Read and understand schematics and be able to layout and wire.
  • Analog and digital circuitry: Analyze problems and repair both analog and digital circuitry and be able to interface the two.
  • Panel Layout: Design panels to include wiring and controls using established industry standards optimizing control and minimizing costs. Documentation of all panel layouts and designs is also necessary.
  • Electronic Controls: Able to analyze problems and repair, various electrical controllers, i.e., cycle timers, temperature controllers, pressure controllers.
  • Mechanical:
    • Use hand tools for mechanical work.
    • Have basic knowledge of machine repair so assistance to other maintenance personnel can be provided.
    • When necessary, assist mechanics in the repair of equipment, changeovers, rebuilding, and/or replacement of parts.
    • Capable of light brazing, welding, and soldering

GENERAL DUTIES:

  • Thorough knowledge of three-phase electricity, 110, 220, 440, AC and DC current. Must be able to troubleshoot, install, replace, and repair high voltage as well as control wiring.
  • Analyze, repair, or replace solid-state controls and power boards.
  • Install all types of electrical equipment, i.e., wires, motors, controls, lighting, etc.
  • Know how to use and understand the results of using voltmeters, amp meters, oscilloscopes, and/or other electrical metering devices when troubleshooting.
  • Know proper wire sizes and uses.
  • Read and write schematics and wiring diagrams for controllers and panels.
  • Have good electrical/electronic analysis abilities and be able to troubleshoot and repair problems.
  • Know and understand electrical codes.
  • Have the knowledge, skill, and ability to assist and train others in electric/electronic areas.
  • Perform all duties in a safe efficient manner in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Provide guidance when working with other maintenance personnel on electrical/electronic systems.
  • Responsible for reporting food packaging safety problems to plant management.
  • In the incumbent’s absence, these responsibilities will be transferred to another Maintenance Electrician.

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John Dewar

Sr Talent Advisor

jdewar@messinagroupinc.com

(847) 692-0624

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From the initial phone call up to the first day on the job and after, John was there guiding and coaching me throughout the process. I could not ask anything more from a professional recruiter. He was courteous, polite, and very knowledgeable.Victor B.